Summary: This book really just rotates around her list of suspects growing smaller, and gaining an unlikely one. I can't go too into detail without giving away surprises.
Review: This book seemed like another dead end. Of course, by the end of the book she still hasn't figured out who was the murderer. These books are a fast read, so they are definitely for people without much time. I just wish she was closer to solving the mystery.It is enjoyable. Ethan is also getting better an better each book, I hope he doesn't end up getting screwed around. I like that he's starting to get more comfortable around everyone. Emma really needs to find a way to tell Thayer the truth. I think this series would be better as a trilogy I heard that there is supposed to be two more books (correct me if I'm wrong). This book was definitely interesting, and had its good moments. I'm not in love with the series, but I don't hate it either.